In Brazil, Flusser published his first three books, Lingua e realidade (1963), A historia do diabo (1965) and Da religiosidade (1967), as well as more than 250 articles, essays and glosses in newspapers and magazines from 1960 onwards.
In the first ten years after Flusser’s move back to Europe, the books La Force du Quotidien (1973) in France and Natural:mente (1979) in Brazil were published, along with another 100 essays in Portuguese, French, German and English and smaller writings such as Le monde codifié (1974).
With the tremendous success of Flusser’s book Für eine Philosophie der Fotografie (1983), which was already translated into nine languages during his lifetime and has since been translated into 23 languages, alongside over 300 essays seven books in 17 language versions and editions followed until 1991: Pós-História (1983), Ins Universum der technischen Bilder (1985), Die Schrift (1987), Vampyroteuthis infernalis (1987), Angenommen (1989) and Gesten (1991).
After Flusser’s death, another six of his book projects were published from 1992 until today in 92 language versions and editions: Bodenlos (1992), Vom Subjekt zum Projekt (1994), Brasilien oder die Suche nach dem neuen Menschen (1994), Umbruch der menschlichen Beziehungen as “Kommunikologie” (1996), A Dúvida (1999) and Até a teiceira e quarta geração as “Gerações” (2017).
In addition, more than 200 essays in 14 languages and not least 26 writings and anthologies in 40 translation versions have been published posthumously, such as Vom Stand der Dinge (1993), Von der Freiheit des Migranten (1994), Medienkultur (1997) and Writings (2002).
1963, Lingua e realidade
1965, A historia do diabo
1967, Da religiosidade
1973, La Force du Quotidien
1987, Die Schrift
1993, Vom Stand der Dinge
1994, Vom Subjekt zum Projekt
1996, Umbruch der menschlichen Beziehungen as “Kommunikologie”
1999, A Dúvida
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